city, maybe 4, 6 more inches, but the big snow totals are going to be massachusetts, connecticut, rhode island, vermont, new hampshire, and maine, because that's where the low is centered. the low is off the coast here. the closer you are to the low, the more snow you'll get. that's what we have now. that's where the snow is. the snow is filling back into new york city, and ashleigh will get more snow tonight. not that much, but she will, and then this wind will be the event for tomorrow as that storm, we call it bombs out. it literally becomes so deep and so intense it will almost be the same strength, the same depth at what hurricane sandy was as it made landfall. the good news with this is that this storm is not going to make landfall. it's going to continue out into the ocean and move away. so maybe 6 to 10 more for albany. everywhere you see this pink, this is all the way from maine, even into nova scotia, back down to, that's about maybe new haven. that's a foot of snow or more. still to come. and then 20 to 30 for boston, providence, and that's just the snow total. 4 to 8 for new york city.